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The Visual Poetry of Poeticah explores the boundaries between poetry, languages, and traditional with computer visual art.

This is a poem from my chapbook Blue Mundi.

<<Blue Mundi>> Gourmet au Franglais Roasted chestnut breezes twirling leaves golden whisper, "Dine out with risqué." Dive into the corner brasserie. Teach tongue and teeth to tease. Do a ménage à trois, chewing a baguette covered with Roquefort, sipping that complex full-bodied third lover: Appellation Bordeaux Controlée. Au revoir cold ambiance. Bonjour cozy bistro. A bon vivant who dares faux pas, explore the mystique of je ne sais quoi à la mode then kiss it au gratin without hesitation. When it's too dry, make it au jus not piquant enough, risk your folie à deux, au poivre. Snuggle up to your honey, by the narrow cobble-stoned street, at a friendly pâtisserie. Warm hands 'round a robust, dark café. Savor the plump delicate sweetness of your madeleine or gain buttery success with a golden financier. Perhaps, in the full moon haze, on the Arc de Triomphe, you yearn to bathe with crème de la crème flirting with coup de grâce. Fall for a café on the Champs Elysees. Embrace the elite with pâté de foie gras. Gamble your soul to escargot. When Franglais feasts don't satisfy, you're ready to join the Eiffel Tower high club. <<Blue Mundi>>